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7 Things you can do this weekend: 31 March—1 April 2018

Hoppy April Fool’s Day!

7 Things you can do this weekend: 31 March—1 April 2018
Let your hearts be filled with music, kindness, laughter and joy this Easter weekend

1. Easter Sunday Brunch at The Brasserie @ The St. Regis Kuala Lumpur, 1 April

Make Easter a fun-filled family affair as The Brasserie whips up a series of signature traditional Easter dishes like Ricotta & Pepper Frittata from Italy, Baked Eggs from the UK and Chervil Soup from Germany. As for the kids, the Easter Egg Hunt around the hotel as well as the Easter Egg Painting Masterclass and Easter Egg Rolling sessions will surely keep them entertained (and busy). 

RM568 nett per person with free-flowing alcohol; RM368 nett per person with free flow of non-alcoholic beverage. Children below the age of 12 dine at half price whereas children below five dine for free. 

For more info or to make a reservation, call 03 2727 6696 or email thebrasserie@stregis.com. 

 

2. Mozart in Prague at Dewan Filharmonik Petronas, 30 Mar - 31 Mar, 8.30pm

    Australian conductor Benjamin Northey is returning to lead the concerts this weekend. Malaysian pianist Loo Bang Hean will be alongside him, playing musical pieces from Beethoven and Mozart. Whether you're a fan of classical music or merely looking for a special date night activity, do not miss this opportunity to hear the symphonic masterpieces written by some of the greatest musicians of all time.

    Tickets are priced from RM60 to RM150. For more info, visit the event page.

     

    3. Q Sound at No Black Tie, 31 March, 10pm

      Get jazzy with your loved ones this Saturday night. Known for having sold-out performances, New Yorker Marques Young, now based in Kuala Lumpur, is set to perform that night.

      Admission fee is RM53 per person. For reservations, contact No Black Tie at 03 2142 3737 after 5pm or email admin@noblacktie.com.my. To purchase tickets online, visit their website.

       

      4. Easter Sunday Brunch at Drift Dining and Bar, 1 Apr, 12pm - 4pm

      Easter is this Sunday and one of the places celebrating it is Drift Dining and Bar with an Easter Sunday Brunch. They will have a special menu for the occasion featuring mouth-watering dishes such as fresh oysters, roasted chicken, cheesecake and more. The kids will also enjoy the bouncy castle set up for the day.

      For more info, visit their event page.

       

      5. Laugh Out Loud at Jaya One, 31 Mar - 1 Apr, 11am - 7pm

      It's also April Fool's Day this Sunday and Makers & Co, in collaboration with Sun Day Out, will be hosting a fun-tastic weekend for everyone to enjoy. There will be an arts and crafts bazaar, a stand-up comedy lineup, a kitten adoption drive, workshops and more.

      For more info, visit the event page.

       

      6. MAP Fest 2018 at Publika, 24 March - 22 April

      MAP Fest is a month-long festival featuring showcases and exhibitions of arts and culture along with a variety of fun activities and acts for people of all ages. This year's edition of the art festival is held in conjunction with the mall's annual Eco Month campaign to help spread the awareness on conserving Mother Earth.

      For more info on the schedule of the festival, visit the event page.

       

      7. Inaugural World Reverse Cancer Day at APW Bangsar, 31 Mar - 2 Apr

      Witness the launch of the first-ever World Reverse Cancer Day (2 April) here in Malaysia. It's the reversed date of World Cancer Day which takes place annually on 2 February. Check out the event to support Cancer Research Malaysia's efforts in spreading awareness that reversible cancer is possible. There will also be food vendors, merchandise, educational talks on cancer and more.

      For more info, visit the event page

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